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New experiments suggest the particles that cover the surface of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, are electrically charged, and clump together in a way not observed in sand grains on Earth.
Marine protected areas may be especially vulnerable to attack by crown-of-thorns sea stars, which can devastate coral reefs.
A new process makes producing hydrogen for fuel out of natural gas at significantly lower temperatures than the current standard.
Since 1980, Tech’s startup incubator has helped companies generate $12 billion in revenue
Researchers have harnessed triboelectric nanogenerator technology to dramatically boost the sensitivity of mass spectrometers.
Lower pitches in voices or music in advertisements lead consumers to infer a larger product size, a new study has found.
In what may have been the first aerial encounter of its kind, researchers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and the Naval Postgraduate School pitted two swarms of autonomous aircraft against each other over a military test facility.
Meet Alexis Noel, a Ph.D. student in Mechanical Engineering and an expert in cat tongues.
A new interface for robots designed by Georgia Tech researchers is much simpler and more efficient than the traditional interface — the user simply points and clicks on an item.
Smarter cities, understanding the brain, creating jobs from federal research
A new technique produces perovskite photovoltaic materials at low temperature.
This could be your own story someday, unless medical research makes significant strides against Alzheimer’s.
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